Jacob Portman and the peculiars are back in Ransom Rigg’s new book, A Map of Days.
Becoming, the memoir by Michelle Obama, to be published worldwide on 13 November 2018.
E L James’s Darker: Fifty Shades Darker As Told By Christian to be published 28 November 2017.
A huge congratulations to the winners of the 2017 NZ Book Awards for Children & Young Adults!
They were young, educated, and both virgins on this, their wedding night, and they lived in a time when a conversation about sexual difficulties was plainly impossible.
Late for work, Reginald Oren raced across the street, the cobblestones slick from the night’s rain.
And on the Shabbat, the priests would sing a song for the future that is to come, for that day which will be entirely Shabbat and for the repose of eternal life.
Comedian and mental health guru Ruby Wax recommends steering clear of life-altering new year's resolutions. Here's why...
Robert Dinsdale, author of The Toymakers, on the instinct of kindness and the power of toys.
Anthony Horowitz returns with Forever and a Day, the explosive prequel to Ian Fleming’s Casino Royale.
President Bill Clinton and bestselling author James Patterson have teamed up to write the thriller of the year. It's all top secret, of course, but here's a quick peek behind the scenes...
A rich and intense recipe for this classic British dessert from Nigella Lawson's At My Table.
This ginger-spiked carrot cake from Nigella Lawson’s At My Table is perfect for teatime or dessert.
These lovely aubergine rolls are from Rick Stein's The Road to Mexico.
Chelsea's favourite sweet from her new book Eat. The silky richness of the chocolate fudgy part is balanced by the tart sherbet — a zing in every bite!
Anonymous author Hendrik Groen talks about the importance of bringing old age to people's attention, and how to achieve a bright 2018.
The bestselling author on her unyielding love affair with the African continent.
Morris throws caution to the wind and answers all of your questions. . .
Tuscany’s sunshine is the setting for this novel brimming with friendship and reflection – perfect for your next book club meeting.
Explore Tim Winton’s themes of lost boys and toxic masculinity with your book club.
Read the story being discussed on Jesse Mulligan’s show on Radio New Zealand on 14 June 2018
Read the story being discussed on Jesse Mulligan’s show on Radio New Zealand on 17 May 2018
Read the story being discussed on Jesse Mulligan’s show on Radio New Zealand on 31 May 2018
Many people know the Manawatu– Wanganui region only as a flat, green slice of provincial quietness that you drive through on the way from Wellington to the Central Plateau.
An exclusive Lee Child short story to celebrate the release of No Middle Name.